Tuck Rule: The Call that Started a Dynasty & Changed the NFL Forever | The Timeline | NFL Films

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The Timeline: Tuck Rule examines how the controversial call in the 2001 AFC Divisional playoff game between the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots started the Patriots dynasty, and affected the Raiders franchise for years to come. Watch the full episode with NFL Game Pass! –

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27 thoughts on “Tuck Rule: The Call that Started a Dynasty & Changed the NFL Forever | The Timeline | NFL Films

  1. This is all about smoke and mirrors… The Tuck rule is moot! It need not apply. If properly officiated as during all year, hitting the quarterbacks Helmut all year long was a 15 yard penalty that the Patriots were cheated out of. The camera angle 80% of the time is on Bradys left. The right side and forward side angle clearly shows the defensive player was head hunting and by mere chance later hits his arm but not after smashing Bradys face guard and earhole in the manner of Deacon Jones…. How is it the 1976 game was called for personal foul without even touching the Helmut….and we would have been on our way to that super bowl… KARMA

  2. One thing i don't understand is that if this was an incomplete pass because of the tuck rule, why wouldn't this be intentional grounding?

  3. This is the play and call that started the Patriots dynasty in my opinion. Sure they had to play the Steelers in the AFC Championship game; but if this play stood as called, they wouldn’t have traveled to Pittsburgh and in my opinion, next season they would’ve had a terrible season and Belichick would’ve been fired. The Raiders defense exploited them that entire game.

  4. As it was called on the field, it was an incorrect application of a bad rule.
    Raiders got robbed. This was after 9/11. Boot licking league wasn't about to have the Raiders be in its SuperBowl.

  5. I just love how salty Al Davis traded Gruden out of anger, just to get beat by him in the Super Bowl the very next year

  6. I’m a patriots fan and I know that was a fumble and even jon gruden is getting fired up just talking bout it

  7. Okay, the Tuck Rule was in play.
    However, the Raiders still had chances to get a full stop on Tom Brady and the Patriots in regulation especially trying to give Adam Vinatieri a much more challenging kick and they didn't do it.

  8. Wow the world would be so different if the tuck rule play never happened. So many things would be DIFFERENT…DIFferent..different… 🤔…🧐..💭💭💭

  9. Here was the rule at the time: NFL Rule 3, Section 22, Article 2, Note 2. "When [an offensive] player is holding the ball to pass it forward, any intentional forward movement of his arm starts a forward pass, even if the player loses possession of the ball as he is attempting to tuck it back toward his body." No wonder the owners rescinded this rule at the next off-season meeting. But in my mind, that's a fumble — period. However, I can see how the Testverde play for the Jets would be ruled a pass. The ball slipped out of his hand and was moving forward.

  10. But you wanna know something even crazier Al Davis grew up in brockton mass 10 minutes away from Foxborough where that truck rule happened

  11. Obviously, it’s a makeup call for what had happened a quarter of a century earlier, if the ‘76 call hadn’t been made then neither would have this one. And then what would have been the destiny of Super Bowl wins for NE? Eliminate ‘02, then maybe add ‘03 instead of the sophomore slump, the Dynasty could have been something more like four out of five in the mid ‘00s. Would they still have had the 17-0 season in ‘07 which might have been a desperate effort to make up for lost ground? One call affects it all —-even before he was born.

  12. People still think this was a fumble many years later. I'm a Patriots hater, and I know that this was an incomplete pass.

  13. Raiders fan here know that was a bad call but at the end of the day: I can’t ever let bad calls be an excuse for a loss.

  14. The NFL always makes stuff so complicated. What’s a catch? What is a fumble? What is interference? Then even if they do figure out what a rule is, the refs derp it, anyway.

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